Uzi Levin - from VP of projects at Ayalon Highway, to CEO of an oil and energy infrastructure company (Photo: PR)
The search committee for the selection of a CEO for Petroleum and Energy Infrastructure Ltd. (formerly 1970), headed by Moshe Kalchin, Chairman of the Board of Directors, unanimously elected Uzi Levin to the position of CEO of Energy Infrastructures. The appointment is subject to the approval of Minister of Energy, Israel Katz, Minister David Amsalem and the approval of the Government Companies Authority.
Uzi Levin will replace Eli Zucker, who served as acting CEO, after serving as the company's CFO.
The CEO-elect, Uzi Levin, currently serves as VP of Projects at the government company, Netivei Ayalon. Prior to that, he held a number of positions, including CEO of Akrot Infrastructure, which managed a variety of energy projects.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energy Infrastructures, Moshe Kalchin (Photo: PR)
Moshe Kalchin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energy Infrastructures: "I am pleased to announce the election of Uzi Levin and congratulate him on taking up his position. Uzi brings with him broad and diverse experience in the field of infrastructure, the new CEO's biggest challenge is building the new fuel port in Haifa, operating the connections in Ashdod, running new innovation projects and issuing public bonds."
Energy Infrastructures (formerly TASN) was established in 1959 and is the largest energy infrastructure company in Israel and serves as the executive arm of the State of Israel to maintain security and energy continuity in routine and emergency situations in a safe and efficient manner, while maintaining sustainability and responsibility to all stakeholders. The company is working to realize the goals of the Ministry of Energy and the State of Israel towards a zero-carbon economy by 2050. To this end, the company invests in the development and assimilation of future technology for the production, storage and transmission of carbon footprint-reset energy.
- Ayalon Highway